I've been busy updating the IMG for our Circuit-Sword
I've tested it with in total 13 different emulators. PSP of course is the stretch . But some games work well. Quick thing I've found, you need to change the button mapping. For doing this, you need to do the following: https://retropie.org.uk/forum/topic/155 ... else-works
** READ THIS FIRST **
- I've tested it only on my Circuit-Sword, I know that there are other 'board versions' of the board, so it could be that the Bluetooth does not work for you (I'm not 100% sure of that ).
- Create a backup of your current files.
- Also, I just put the pieces together , all credits go to Kite and the community for creating the DKMS and Bluetooth.
- Side note, if you run the update.sh script, you fetch the file's from kite's repository.
Updated ROM + kernel + Bluetooth
Like already mentioned, 'not sure if all the Circuit-Sword board versions will work with the Bluetooth'
Everything (should) works out of the box (Wi-Fi and Bluetooth)
https://drive.google.com/file/d/14wcYXb ... sp=sharing
Updated ROM + kernel
Everything (should) works out of the box (Wi-Fi)
https://drive.google.com/file/d/11NkHY2 ... sp=sharing
DKMS Wi-Fi module (save the Wi-Fi functionality after updating the kernel)
This option is not mandatory. You only need to do this step if you want to update the underlying OS (specific the kernel). Otherwise you will lose the Wi-Fi
Also, you are able to install the Wi-Fi module as an external module, which will load in every time there is a kernel update. Download the 'WIFI-module folder' https://github.com/Antho91/Circuit-Sword
And follow the README, PS this process takes a while (I believe 15 min or so), it looks like your system is 'not responding' but It's still doing its thing .